A study has identified more than 200 species of moths in Dumfries and Galloway.
The 'Moths at Home' project was carried out between May and September and saw 35 traps set in 19 different locations across Galloway.
A total of 1,912 moths were caught and identified, including 204 separate species. Among those spotted was the Clay Triple-lines, said to be "very rare" in Scotland.
The six-month survey was funded by the Galloway Glens Partnership and carried out by Butterfly Conservation Scotland and the South West Scotland Environment Information Centre. The findings will be used to help conservationists better understand and protect moths across the region.